Here is a vintage graniteware biggin for coffee. Some superficial chips as shown in photos, but no damage that affects use or display, at least in my opinion. Best thing about this one is that there are no missing parts; the top filter is still present and in most cases with these old biggins, that part is long gone by the time you find the coffee pot. This one says MADE IN BELGIUM in blue on the bottom, the rim color is black and the finial on the lid may be either painted wood or bakelite; I’m leaning toward bakelite because there is no suggestion of grain and we usually see that even when the wood is painted.
It measures about 9″ tall and is 3 1/4″ wide at the base and 6 1/2″ at the widest point across handle and spout. This one has some weight; not four-coat weight, but not that recent cheap stuff that feels like a spray painted aluminum can. I would judge date of manufacture between the 1940’s and maybe late 1950’s. All around nice addition to your vintage kitchen.